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A 60-min PDF Bag Sewing Pattern And Tutorial - Perfect Size Reversible Lunchtime Pouch
By Projects By Jane

  • $6.00
  • 9.5" X 5.5"
  • PDF
  • Beginner

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A reversible fat-bottomed drawstring pouch good for carrying your handphone, wallet, keys and tissue when you go for your lunch break.

Make it in 60 min! For anyone who can sew. It's easy!

Pattern Details:

Pouch is completely lined Absolutely no raw seams Step-by-step detailed instructions with color photos Full-size pattern pieces Measurements in inches and cm Paper size: Letter or A4 PDF: 15 pages

Finished Size:

9.5" (24cm) across the top

5.5” (14cm) top to bottom

diameter of bottom 5.75” (15.5cm)

Supplies You Need

Exterior fabric: 1 fat quarter

Lining: 1 fat quarter

Batting

Drawstring

Optional: - 2 beads

- fusible interface

Note

To read my PDF, you must have a pdf reader e.g. Adobe Reader.

Copyright

All photos, text and patterns belong to Projects by Jane, Jane Poh © 2011.

Purchase of pdf pattern includes an explicit agreement by you not to sell this pattern, distribute it for free, make copies or pass it off as your own.

You may sell the finished bag.

Please credit "Projects By Jane".

No mass production of bag allowed.

Credit: Main fabric and lining used - Red Rose Farm fabric by Elizabeth Scott

(I have no association with Red Rose Farm/Elizabeth Scott in any way)

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Projects By Jane

I learnt to hand stitch when I was 7. It was the blanket stitch. I was tasked with sewing blanket stitches on a dog applique. When it was completed my teacher, Miss Read brought the fabric with the completed applique home. At the end of the year before school ended, Miss Read gave a beautiful bag to me. When I looked at it and saw my dog applique, I realised she had turned my work into a bag! It was my first handmade bag.

Many years later, I bought my first sewing machine and attended a dressmaking course at a Dressmaking Institute. I was taught by a teacher, Miss Lim who believed in drafting and sewing from scratch. Everything had to be done the hard way.

I sewed everything from blankets, bedsheets to clothes for my niece. When I had my own kids, I sewed dolls outfits for my girl's Barbie. One day, I made a bag for Barbie and there was no turning back. My love for bag-making grew from there.

Now I teach others to make bags.

I use techniques which are easy to pick up yet result in completely lined bags. All pdf sewing patterns have detailed step-by-step photo instructions.